A wounded girl lies in a field hospital after what activists said was regime shelling in the Douma neighborhood of Damascus. REUTERS/Mohammed Badra
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Jordan has launched 56 airstrikes against ISIS weapons depots, training centers and military barracks since militants released a video of them burning a Jordanian pilot to death, Jordan's air force chief said Sunday.Meanwhile, a squadron of F-16 fighter jets from the United Arab Emirates arrived in Jordan. The UAE has said it is sending the warplanes to support the kingdom, and a Jordanian government official has said they would participate in airstrikes on ISIS targets. Kassasbeh was captured in December when his F-16 warplane went down in Syria.Air force chief Maj. Gen. Mansour al-Jobour told reporters the kingdom had launched 56 air raids on ISIS since Thursday. Nineteen ISIS targets were destroyed Saturday, including barracks and residential centers.
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